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    Openloop adding oil cooler to loop...

    So i was thinking i dont want to go full openloop and send salt through my engine but was thinking of just rerouting the oil cooler to be in the Open loop system.

    Any one done this?
    Any performance increase IE cooler engine temps?
    any significant gains for this IE cooler temps or a waste of an hour or 2


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    why not just change the t-stat to a lower 160f

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    I did but ocean temp is a lot lower then 160

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    You don't want the oil to be cool, it needs to be 200 deg plus, ideally above 212, but not over 280. The reason is because you want to remove all traces of water or water vapor, otherwise you end up with sludge over time.

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